The funeral of Egyptian born Greek singer Demis Roussos has been held in Athens. The 68-year-old died last weekend and has been mourned by fans across the world. He was famed for […]
Captured by Baillie Walsh, The Clash’s bassist, Paul Simonon meditates on painting and a two-wheeled obsession as his ICA show “Wot No Bike” gets underway.
It’s not only Greece which is challenging the EU – Spain’s echoing Athens’ example and witnessing the rapid rise of a left-wing party. It’s called ‘Podemos’, which means ‘We can’. RT spoke […]
An abandoned Soviet military base called Vogelsang stands 65 km (40 miles) north of Berlin and remains hidden in the forest since Moscow’s troops withdrew in 1994, Wednesday. The Soviet village covered […]
A woman smashes her ex-husband’s car with an axe in the city of Angarsk, the reasons are still unclear.
The future of the internet is at stake in the ongoing Silk Road trial, but scant mention of the milestone case in the mainstream media is leaving the public uninformed, digital journalists […]
Italian lawmakers have begun voting to elect a new president. Though the post is largely ceremonial it is being seen as a test for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who has named a […]
Tsegi can’t breathe like other people. The young Mongolian has severe lung problems – that are man-made: she’s from Ulaanbaartar, one of the world’s most polluted cities. Her dream is simple: fresh […]
FACE-OFF : After the resounding victory of the far-left Syriza party in Greece last Sunday, French politicians of all stripes are eager to ride the coattails of Alexis Tsipras, the new Greek […]
The Greek left-wing party Syriza gets down to work, after storming to power on an anti-austerity ticket. From protest party to ambitious political newcomers, Syriza is facing up to the political reality […]